“The program — apparently the nation's first city-sponsored restaurant training workshop — is meant to help would-be restaurateurs navigate the city's notorious red tape in opening a restaurant.
"If you want to open a restaurant in
Run by New York City's Department of Small Business Services and Seedco, a nonprofit organization that promotes job training and entrepreneurship, the seminar consists of lectures and PowerPoint presentations plus the chance to network with fellow students.”
Just an “Average Joe” observation here, would it not be easier to enact laws and regulations that make sense and are not shrouded in mystery. Governments enact unintelligible laws and then help its citizenry understand them.
It is good to know that when the rules and regulations become so convoluted that everyone is confused, you can count on a little Municipal Help!